BootMessage 1.0

BootMessage is a script that leave messages to other people that uses your machine.
BootMessage is a script that leave messages to other people that uses your machine.

This is a simple file to be kept in ~/.kde/Autostart. It looks for a simple text file, and if it is at least 5 characters long opens a greeting on boot.

Just change the DIRECT-TO-YOUR-TEXT-FILE to your text file (ie. /home/bootmsg.txt), and the "Dear Daddy" string for any greeting you want.

You might have to set it as executable.

When the person turns it on, it brings up any message I want. I can easylly change the greeting message by simply writing it in pure text. If I erase the body of the text, no message comes up. Hope is usefull for someone.

last updated on:
February 3rd, 2006, 19:01 GMT
price:
FREE!
homepage:
kde-apps.org
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
Flavio Carrara
category:
ROOT \ Utilities
BootMessage
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